Many of you may be familiar with UK emcee Tinie Tempah, and indeed his Disturbing London imprint. Well let me introduce to you an artist who's part of that movement, and is causing a fair few waves in the UK at the moment, G Frsh.
Hailing from South London, G is one of the most talented rappers emerging from the UK scene, with a sound that easily carries across the Atlantic, and has been championed by many DJ's including Zane Lowe and Mistajam. This week, as summer draws ever nearer, we were presented with the brand new video for his track "Falling High". Although it's not an upbeat summer anthem that'll be sang across festivals, it serves as a sombre and poignant track that'll get you deep in your thought zone. Backed by a mellow piano, and the soulful vocals of Sonny Reeves, Frsh spits some real bars about growing up and having different priorities from people he grew up with. The video that accompanies the track captures the downbeat mood perfectly, with it's monochrome tones really catching the sombre feeling of the artist.
You can peep the visuals for "Falling High" below, and be sure to keep an eye out for his EP Alfie which is set for release very soon!